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AUC Centennial event
  1. Day (1) full day from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm cost 100 EGP

Please make sure to register your name and affiliation via this link for quick entry to AUC campus.  

 

  1. Day (2) from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Please make sure to register your name and affiliation via this link for quick entry to AUC campus.  

 

  1. Day (2) workshop 1- cost 100 EGP- ”Transforming Learning Environments via Student-Faculty Partnership" plus lunch and keynote speaker from 10 am -2 pm

Please make sure to register your name and affiliation via this link for quick entry to AUC campus.  

Workshop Description: 

This workshop will introduce the evolving concept of student partnership (as used in higher education sector) as a part of collaborative efforts to create effective, inclusive, and potentially transformative learning environments. Using contributions from students and faculty, participants will collaboratively explore potential ways in which a students as partners approach can help improve the learning environment and student engagement with learning.

 

  1. Day (2) workshop 2 cost 100 EGP -  "Developing Critical Literacies: What Students Need to Know in a “Fake News” World"   plus lunch and keynote speaker from 12 pm - 3:30 PM

Please make sure to register your name and affiliation via this link for quick entry to AUC campus.  

Workshop Description 

In recent years, we have witnessed massive advances in technology that have fundamentally transformed the ways in which we live, learn, and interact. For institutions, the global connections and tremendous knowledge we now have at our fingertips offer incredible opportunities for learning, but the rapid pace of information (and misinformation) also presents a new and complex set of challenges for educators: in particular, fact and fiction can be difficult to distinguish in our “post-truth” era, and fake news and misinformation spread rapidly and with ease. Consequently, education - and digital/information literacy education in particular - plays a more urgent and important role than ever before.In this presentation, participants will be provided with an in-depth look at our complex digital world and the “fake news” phenomenon, and they will be introduced to a variety of tools, resources, and strategies for helping students to become critically literate learners and citizens.

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